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Dec 30, 2012 4:30am PST
? >> we don't have online booking. >> you're taking the reservations yourself? >> yep, all of them. >> looking at her website we realized not only was the style out of date, the picture ts wer old and some of the rooms were in need of a makeover. that's when we called in the "your business" s.w.a.t. team. first up, andrew gianelli. he's an excellent decorator from bucks, pennsylvania. he specializes in inns and hotels. we asked him to take a look at her website and pick the one room most in need. >> hey, i want you to meet andrew. >> nice to meet you. >> this is called chateau eve. to be honest, it doesn't look like chateau materiel and erica must have agreed because before we even arrived she started making her own priors. >> a lot of the colors are heavy. not outdated but heavy. it's personal. we can't take personality. this is not your home anymore. it's your business. >> yeah. i didn't like the thing about the dark colors because i get huge great reviews on the color scheme and decor. yeah, i wasn't feeling it about the -- >> it's not a putdown. it's a personal thick for you. l
Dec 29, 2012 2:30am PST
that we don't get there. >> hi, i'm jen. >> gregory. pleasure. >> come in. >> time for a "your business" makeover. in order to get a sense of the fancy experience, i went undercover as a bride. under the guise of doing a story about last-minute weddings, our cameras were there to capture the appointment. >> i have to tell you something. i'm not getting married or even engaged. my name is j.j. ram beg and i work with "your business" on msnbc, and we are here to give your company a makeover. to begin the makeover of fancy new york, we assembled a rescue team. we first brought in business strategist mike mcallist without the brothers knowing it pored over the operations. when the company started in 2008, steven's wife got a job in turkey, and when he and his family made the international move they decided to handle all of the dress manufacturing there. >> i would have love td to have opened a shop where i could have hired two seamstresses and done all of the production here in new york and it was just cost prohibitive. >> so it is problemf-free, because you are getting the dresses in no pr
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